Feb. 4, 2021, 10:40 a.m.
. . .
Mukimiy Uzbek State Musical Drama Theater is one of the largest theaters in Uzbekistan. On November 30, 1939, on the initiative of comedian M. Mirakilov, it was established as the Republican Theater of Comedy and Satire. In 1940, the theater was reorganized as the Musical Drama and Comedy Theater.
The building of the Mukimiy Theater was built on the basis of a combination of ancient and modern architectural styles. The auditorium is designed for 800 spectators. The first major work of the theater was the musical drama "Tahir and Zuhra".
By the 1970's and 1980's, the theater's most successful performances consisted mainly of translated works. During the years of independence, the theater was reconstructed for the first time. In 2019, the Uzbek State Musical Theater named after Mukimi ("Mukimiy theaters" or "Mukimiy") celebrated its anniversary. The theater is officially 80 years old. Its history is rich in events, and its repertoire is rich in various performances.
Address: Tashkent city, Chilanzar district, Mahmudjon Gafurov street, 187
. . .